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Garage Door Hinges

Garage door hinges - Most residential garage doors will have 18 gauge or 16 gauge hinges. However some of the higher quality garage doors will use 14 gauge hinges. Heavier wood residential garage doors usually use 14 gauge hinges. When replacing garage door hinges it is important to make sure you are ordering the right hinges. Usually all of the hinges in the center of the door are #1 hinges. The hinges on the edges of your garage door that hold the garage door rollers will be numbered. Usually the hinges between the bottom panel and the second panel will be #1 hinges. The hinges between the second and third panels will be # 2 hinges. The hinges between the third and fourth panels will be # 3 hinges and so on. When it comes time to replace your garage door hinges, it may also be a good idea to replace your rollers.


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Garage Door Bottom Brackets
Garage Door Brackets

January 18, 2023

It's not a good idea to ignore a broken garage door bracket. If your door wont go up, one of the first places to check is the opener bracket. If the door in binding, you might check the end bearing plates for alignment. There are a bunch of different brackets on a garage door and in this article we will go over them.

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Garage Door Hinges
Garage Door Hinges

January 11, 2023

If you have a broken garage door hinge, it may seem like a simple fix, but there are many parts inside these doors that come into play when something breaks down. Hinges are one of those parts that can cause problems if they're damaged or bent out of shape because they provide stability to the rest of the structure

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Garage Door Weather Seal
Garage Door Weather Seal

January 06, 2023

If you have an older garage door, chances are that it doesn’t seal very well. If the garage door isn’t properly sealed, cold air will blow in and warm air will escape from the garage. Garage door weatherstrip is designed to protect the interior of the garage from weather and improve energy efficiency.

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